English language

NOUN
  1. an Indo-European language belonging to the West Germanic branch; the official language of Britain and the United States and most of the commonwealth countries
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How To Use English language In A Sentence

  • Application of the word "privatization," however, is almost always a misuse of the English language, albeit one that has become so common that it falls automatically off the tongue and flows unchecked past the ear. Ken Allen: Say 'Corporatization,' Not 'Privatization'
  • Laodicean" has therefore entered the English language as a word meaning "indifferent" or Frugal In Virginia
  • Many such terms bombard the English language continually: some are stopped at the barriers of honesty and common sense; many invade the lexicon like novae, only VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol 1 No 2
  • In the process he made some of the most beautiful poems ever written in the English language.
  • The date for the appearance of "kvell" in the English language is tricky to pinpoint exactly. Latest Articles
  • In this scenario, your mastery of the English language will do you no good.
  • Scrooge has been immortalised in the English language as the epitome of miserliness and meanness of spirit.
  • Its new rendition emphasized equity through English language mastery and transitional bilingual education.
  • The word topsy entered the English language in 1528 as part of the assonant adverb topsy-turvy. No Uncertain Terms
  • I think the most compelling argument in favor of no age banding is the harm it might do to adult literacy and English Language learners. But enough about you. Or me.
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